Level 1 1. LaDainian Tomlinson(Chargers) -the greatest slam dunk in all of imagination football, Tomlinson set up ostensibly the best single-season execution in NFL history last season. A surprising 31 complete TD's basically ensured triumph for any individual who lucked out enough to draft him last season(editor's note: I drafted Tomlinson third generally in my draft last season after Alexander and Johnson....needless to say I won my association without any problem). Obviously relying on Tomlinson to copy those numbers resembles saying you will win the Lotto twice....it just wont occur. Anyway at a youthful 28, LT has a couple of large years left in him and another 25 TD's sounds spot on. In the event that you don't have the top pick in your draft, you can disregard choosing him. Either that or you have a flat out bonehead in your association that passes on him. 2. Steven Jackson(Rams)- RISING -some will be amazed I have him positioned over Larry Johnson yet here is all you really want to know: Jackson got 90 passes to Johnson's 41. However Larry might be the better sprinter, Jackson is the better generally speaking player. Assuming that you are in a focuses/gathering association, then, at that point, Jackson is considerably all the more a slam dunk over Johnson. Albeit the increases of Drew Bennett and Randy McMichael will most likely take a portion of Steven's gets, search for one more top measurable season from this fourth-year back. Contingent upon your association, you might have the option to catch him as late as the fifth pick. Try not to spare a moment in the event that he is there. 3. Larry Johnson(Chiefs) -consecutive period's of weighty responsibilities, alongside the danger of a potential holdout has thumped Johnson from the best position in the dream rankings. Despite the fact that I don't completely accept that the substantial cost for his body will make him hit a stopping point, I do accept that the debilitating of the Kansas City O-Line will adversely affect his numbers. 15 TD's is as yet conceivable yet I think Johnson makes a stride back this year. Don't anyway minimize him such a lot of that you let him sneak past you. Except if Steven Jackson, LT, or even Frank Gore are accessible, then, at that point, you should take Johnson. Simply don't expect 2005 numbers at any point in the future. 4. Plain Gore(49ers) -unequivocally viewed as positioning him over Johnson yet there is consistently a danger of injury with Gore who has had both of his knees carefully fixed. When solid notwithstanding, he is a flat out monster who can run and catch as well as anyone. Gore is playing in an improved 'Niners group and will most likely outperform his all out of 9 Td's. He likely will not outperform his 1,600 or more hurrying absolute because of the increments on offense yet his general creation will make him a preferred maker over he was last season. Could be in line for a MVP-type season. A practically certain thing. Level 2 5. Shaun Alexander(Seahawks)- FALLING -a wrecked left foot wrecked Alexander closely following his record-breaking 2005 season. His 7 complete TD's was just 33% of the 28 he scored in that unbelievable year. Shaun is an all around question mark because of the injury and the reality he is 30 years of age which normally is the age many RB's start to decrease. I do accept he has another great year left in him however expect nothing near the 28 TD's he set up in 2005. One of imagination's extraordinary TD scorers be that as it may, Alexander should in any case set up around 15 counts this year. One admonition here is that in case you are in a focuses/gathering association, then, at that point, you might need to catch Brian Westbrook rather because of the reality Alexander has never shown much as a beneficiary. Hazard here however without a doubt he will be good. 6. Brian Westbrook(Eagles) -in a focuses/gathering association, Westbrook is most certainly a greater amount of a resource than seventh positioned Addai. Anyway in non-focuses/gathering association's, the opposite is valid. Westbrook is the best recipient in the RB bunch and is a marvelous double danger. Many become disappointed with the reality he generally is by all accounts sketchy every week except assuming you can stomach the injury hazard, than Westbrook is your person. Has truly moved forward his game could in any case be improving. Without the injury hazard, he is a best five back. Draft him and remain cautiously optimistic. 7. Joseph Addai(Colts)- RISING -Addai's coming out party went as smooth as could be last season as the Indianapolis front office didn't stop for a second in marking Addai the starter once the slow time of year started. With Dominic Rhodes' flight to Oakland, Addai will snatch the largest part of conveys. Inquiries concerning whether he can deal with the beating of a full burden will thump his stock down a little however be the savvy player and focus on him over more referred to products like Rudi Johnson and Willie Parker. A decent collector out of the backfield, Addai will help in focuses/gathering associations. A riser who could separate the way to the main five society. Anything is possible with this person. 8. Laurence Maroney(Patriots) -one more RB in the form of Joseph Addai, Maroney has been allowed the full-time gig in stalwart NE. Maroney showed glimmers of splendor during his freshman season yet appeared to, wear out as the season continued. Like Addai, there are questions whether Maroney can deal with a full responsibility. He is a greater amount of a physical issue hazard than his Indy partner however the sky is additionally the breaking point for him. NE loves to run the ball and if Coach/Yoda Bill Belichick accepts he can deal with the everyday work, than who are we to contend. Draft with certainty. 9. Rudi Johnson(Bengals) -Mr Consistency turned in one more strong yet unremarkable season in 2006, posting more than 1,300 hurrying yards with 12 TD's which almost paired his result from 2005. So with Johnson you essentially realize what you will get. One more certain is Johnson's toughness as he essentially has been injury - free since turning into the full-time starter back in 2004. Presently for the negatives. Rudi isn't a pass catcher using any and all means and along these lines is a risk in focuses/gathering associations. Likewise the drafting of freshman Kenny Irons flags that a potential sharing of the responsibility might be all together. It was no mysterious lead trainer Marvin Lewis desired all the more a HR danger no longer available game and despite the fact that Johnson hasn't successfully lose the overwhelming majority of the conveys, this advancement could hurt his worth. Pass on the off chance that you're in a focuses/gathering association except if he fall far. เว็บแทงบอลน้ำดี 10. Willie Parker(Steelers) -this might appear as though an amazingly low positioning for Parker after the huge season he had in 2006 when he counted 13 TD's while scrambling for a crazy 1,494 yards. Anyway new mentor Mike Tomlin has left it alone realized that he intends to find an objective line back in the form of Jerome Bettis. While Parker demonstrated last season he could score from right up front, it appears to be the Pittsburgh front office feels better with a greater back running the ball in. It is altogether conceivable this arrangement will be rejected when the season starts so screen the present circumstance intently. Assuming he gets the objective line stir then, at that point, knock him up in your rankings in front of Johnson. Proceed cautiously here notwithstanding. I'm not a fan and plan on giving Parker in all situations because of the inquiries marks he conveys going into the season.